The White Pant

A quick fashion history lesson on white denim tells us that their very beginnings were born of a rebellion. In the 50s and 60s many schools prohibited blue jeans, deeming them too casual for the classroom, David Hemmings gave them enduring credibility as far back as 1966's Blow Up. In the mid-1980s, anyone who was anyone had a pair of white jeans. The real addicts even had the matching white jean jacket.

There is something fearless about wearing white denim. Pared with a navy shirt, its a look that is guaranteed to make you feel confident. Our Krasner jean is not exactly white, but Ivory - making it softer and easier to wear.


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